For the fourth year, Minnesotans will be given the opportunity to ride the state's public ATV trails for free. Minnesotans with an all-terrain vehicle registered for private or agricultural use won't need to pay the additional three year registration fee of $53.50 to ride the public trails the weekend of June 7-9. Out-of-state riders will be allowed to ride public trails that weekend for free as well.

This will allow free access to more than 3,000 miles of state forest and grant-in-aid trails to explore. This free access weekend typically falls on the second weekend in June.

A reminder that children 16 and under must fit the ATV they are operating and be able to properly reach and control the handlebars and reach the foot pegs, while sitting upright on the ATV.

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